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'The Drunkard's Walk' by Leonard Miodinow is a work that examines the role of randomness in our lives. Miodnow lays down the thesis that there is more to achieving desired outcomes than ability, talent, hard work, etc. The radomness and inexplicable visissitudes of life bear a considerable role on whether outcomes will be achieved successfully or not. 'Revolution' by Russell Brand is noteworthy work by the comedian/actor/revolutionary. He delineates the existence of the divine in every facet of life and is a proponent of world-wide change to bring individuals closer to harmony/equitable distribution of wealth and happiness. Tune in as we discuss the pros and cons of each authors tenets.